Monthly Archives: February 2014

More cops nabbed over $200 000  heist

More cops nabbed over $200 000 heist

FIVE more suspects were arrested in Beitbridge in connection with the $270 170 heist that occurred in Gwanda on Wednesday last week amid revelations the syndicate comprised 12 members.

The brand called you

The brand called you

THERE are many philosophies and schools of thought around personal branding, but the most basic one is to do with physical image and behaviour.

CBZ to float $200m bond

CBZ to float $200m bond

Zimbabwe’s largest banking group CBZ Holdings has announced plans to issue a $200 million bond in April this year — double what it raised in the fixed income market last year — to boost its underwriting capacity, an official said on Wednesday as the group reported an 18,4% dip in after-tax profit.

MP’s employee hangs self in police cells

MP’s employee hangs self in police cells

ZANU PF Chiredzi West MP Darlington Chiwa says his worker identified as Taurai Ziungambe, hanged himself in police cells at Triangle Police Station last Friday less than two hours after he was detained for alleged stocktheft.

Chicken Inn speaks on Mahachi

Chicken Inn speaks on Mahachi

CHICKEN Inn have cleared the air regarding Kuda Mahachi, saying the player has to be cleared by Bantu Rovers.

NRZ to set up $14m wagon plants

NRZ to set up $14m wagon plants

The National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) plans to set up two manufacturing plants in Bulawayo at a combined cost of $14 million to revive its comatose operations laid low by debt, undercapitalisation and mismanagement.

Zephania Ngodzo settles for Bantu

Zephania Ngodzo settles for Bantu

ZEPHANIA Ngodzo has joined Premier Soccer League (PSL) returnees Bantu Rovers as Tshintsha Guluva rushes to complete their squad for the 2014 season.

Mat’land dairy sector to recover

Mat’land dairy sector to recover

THE Matabeleland dairy industry is set for recovering this year following an ongoing restocking exercise with officials predicting milk production to reach at least 252 000 litres by December.

How Mine eye group stages

How Mine eye group stages

HOW Mine are aiming at writing their own piece of history by qualifying for the group stages in their maiden year in the Caf Confederation Cup, as they venture into the first leg first round of the tournament against St Michel of the Seychelles tomorrow at Barbourfields Stadium.

Effects of anti-Constitution laws

Effects of anti-Constitution laws

Legal implications of laws that militate against the new Constitution
Section 2 of Chapter 1 of the Constitution of Zimbabwe provides: This Constitution is the supreme law of Zimbabwe and any law, practice, custom or conduct inconsistent with it is invalid to the extent of the inconsistency .

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